Canaries linked with Hibs’ Murphy
JONATHAN REDHEAD Norwich City have today been linked with a swoop for one of the hottest properties in the Scottish Premier League - left-back David Murphy.
Norwich City have today been linked with a swoop for one of the hottest properties in the Scottish Premier League - left-back David Murphy.
The Hartlepool-born star has been playing for Hibernian since 2004 after being released from Middlesbrough and is considered by many as the best full-back north of the border.
But the 23-year-old has admitted he is considering a move away from Edinburgh.
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And now reports are suggesting Glenn Roeder may turn to Murphy to solve the Canaries troublesome left-back position currently being filled by Simon Lappin in the absence of the injured Adam Drury.
Murphy said: "I have had three-and-a-half great years at Hibs, it has been a great learning curve and I have played regularly. But there is a time in a person's career when there comes a time to move on."
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Several clubs have been casting admiring glances at Murphy including West Bromwich Albion, managed by former boss Tony Mowbray.
Mowbray was believed to have been close to recruiting Murphy during the summer.